View iconic architecture and nature on the Tsar's estate

Built in the 17th century as a Romanov residence, the Izmailovo Kremlin serves as a beautiful example of Russian architecture. Today, you can visit museums and souvenir shops there and purchase hand-made souvenirs. You can also attend fairs or festivals of Russian art at the kremlin, and visit the magnificent Wedding Palace. The estate, just 4 kilometers from the hotel, is surrounded by Serebryano-Vinogradny Pond, making the area one of Moscow's most historical and peaceful places to visit. Find more suggestions below.
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Izmailovo Kremlin

1.11 mi / 1.79 km from the hotel
Bargain for souvenirs at this crazy, modern, vast-scale copy of an Old Russian castle. It's home to a host of museums, with one even devoted to Vodka.

Izmailovsky Park

2.13 mi / 3.44 km from the hotel
Ride the roller coaster or Ferris wheel—just two of many diversions at Europe's largest urban green space with amusements galore.

Lilac Garden

0.48 mi / 0.78 km from the hotel
Breathe the amazing scented air in Moscow's most romantic open space: this reconstructed park has been almost fully planted with lilacs since 1954.